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Hope is a dangerous thing, Brewers Keep Hope Alive With 8-1 Win Over Reds.
The big news from last night of course is that the NFL & Referees reached an agreement.
Packer Update on the Packers offense is still not clicking.
Some Badgers’ hoops news as the TV Info Set For Wisconsin Basketball Schedule.
Brew Hoop with LeBron James vs. Luc Mbah a Moute, A Defensive Impact Study.
Paint Touches on Garrett Swanson, MUBB’s newest transfer.
Time to set your line-ups, 11 Fantasy Football Players With Sweetheart Matchups In Week 4.
Some good choices here in this list of The 10 Best Fictional Girlfriends.
I only recognized 1 or 2 of these, One Hit Wonders From The 2000s You’ve Already Forgotten About (But Might Be Worth Remembering).
This could come in handy for some people this weekend at TBWII, Shaped Air Mattress Turns Your Backseat Into A Bed.
Speaking of TBWII, Bears fan or not, we need Bill Murray there: Bill Murray Leads ‘America’ Chant at Ryder Cup, Once Again Proving His Master Bro Status.
The nerd in my was exstatic looking at these, If Star Wars Was Real.
About Time – So the good news that the NFL & referees’ union have finally stuck a deal is welcome news indeed. Of course, as Packers fans we’ll all still bemoan the fact it took our team getting the shaft for it to finally happen but as I said before there’s really nothing we can do about that. What does irk me though about the whole thing is that the debacle never should’ve happened in the first place. This deal could’ve & should’ve been done before the season event started. I love watching NFL football, I love watching the Packers. I am beginning to hate more and more what the NFL is becoming. I’ve made no qualms about how I feel about the path Roger Goodell has taken on many things concerning the sport I love. I read all the talk about boycotts, online petitions & other sundry attempts that were being put out there to protest the call from Monday night. Let’s face it folks, any and all of those things would have been useless. The NFL is going to do what the NFL wants, no two ways around that because no matter what we’re going to watch our team. So while I’m happy the deal was done & the real refs will be back on the field tonight for me the damage done was too great this time. I’ll always have love & faith in my Green Bay Packers, that’s something that will never change. After the past three weeks though, I’ll only have distrust & disdain for anything that comes out of 280 Park Avenue & the offices of the NFL.
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